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Comments by Sreejith Gopinathan (Top 17 by date)

Sreejith Gopinathan at 1-Apr-11 5:47am View
   
+5
Sreejith Gopinathan at 16-Mar-11 21:07pm View
   
+5, nice answer
Sreejith Gopinathan at 4-Mar-11 20:13pm View
   
I think not all browsers support style property/child elements in select option
Sreejith Gopinathan at 4-Mar-11 1:46am View
   
It will increase the chances to get proper answer if you modify your question with relevant code.
Sreejith Gopinathan at 4-Mar-11 1:44am View
   
Please verify that you have GridView data binding code in button click
Sreejith Gopinathan at 28-Feb-11 20:09pm View
   
:) Thank you for pointing out this; improved my answer
Sreejith Gopinathan at 28-Feb-11 6:24am View
   
+5 :) but onblur instead of onclick
Sreejith Gopinathan at 23-Feb-11 13:43pm View
   
Please modify your question with the code block which you have tried and failed :)
Sreejith Gopinathan at 23-Feb-11 13:19pm View
   
Please make your question more specific
Sreejith Gopinathan at 18-Feb-11 22:50pm View
   
Answer is also there in your question:) You need to add an asp:ScriptManager.
Sreejith Gopinathan at 18-Feb-11 17:23pm View
   
Please improve your question by adding relevant code block
Sreejith Gopinathan at 17-Feb-11 14:43pm View
   
Not clear, does it mean a custom control in your tool box?
Sreejith Gopinathan at 17-Feb-11 14:36pm View
   
Good answer ..+5
Sreejith Gopinathan at 17-Feb-11 14:23pm View
   
+5...
Sreejith Gopinathan at 17-Feb-11 7:03am View
   
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Really it was :) , but updated
Sreejith Gopinathan at 17-Feb-11 5:10am View
   
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Reason for my vote of 5
Nice and valuable tip
Sreejith Gopinathan at 14-Feb-11 0:29am View
   
Difficult to understand your question. Please give naming as "MCY" suggested.

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